[caption id="attachment_33303" align="alignleft" width="273"]<img class=" wp-image-33303" src="https:\/\/mountainmedianews.com\/wp-content\/uploads\/sites\/13\/2018\/06\/GHS-takes-Katherine-Johnson-short-play-on-the-road.jpg" alt="" width="273" height="170" \/> This group photo was taken following the performance in Spartanburg, SC and includes (l to r) Louise Fagan, Susan Lee, Joylette Goble Hylick, Kathy Goble Moore, Mary L Thomas, Neely Seams, Emerald Dover\u00a0and Pamela Barry.[\/caption]\r\n<h1>On May 31, the award winning short play, Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson:\u00a0 Azimuth Angles, Orbit Calculations, Trajectories, Moon Landing: \u201cThe Right Stuff,\u201d was performed in Spartanburg, SC during a scholarship fund-raiser for the Breakfast Business and Professional Women\u2019s Club.<\/h1>\r\nAn audience of nearly 500 watched Neely Seams, once more, give a stellar performance as Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson and Danny Seams perform excellently in the complementary roles of her father and a professor.\u00a0 Written and directed by Pamela Barry, this short play continues to make a powerful statement of accomplishment in the face of adversity based on the life of Katherine Johnson.\r\n\r\nAlso on the program were Kathy Goble Moore and Joylette Goble Hylick, daughters of Katherine Goble Johnson, who participated in a panel discussion.\u00a0 The evening was opened and closed by musical performances.\r\n\r\nPamela Barry said, "I was excited\u00a0 to present this monologue in Spartanburg. The program was inspirational and very powerful. Neely performed the Katherine Coleman Goble Johnson monologue and then Kathy and Joylette shared stories of growing up with their mother and the lessons they learned from her. I sincerely hope we can do this again!"\r\n\r\nThe next morning, the play was performed for the students of Fairforest Middle School in a setting reminiscent of the performances here at James Monroe and Pocahontas County High Schools.\r\n\r\nThe Greenbrier Historical Society is honored to be associated with this play which made its debut in White Sulphur Springs, birthplace of Katherine Johnson, as a part of the 2017 Greenbrier Historical Society\u2019s Home Tour Weekend.